All offensive language, hate speech, threats of genocide and other politically inciting language proliferated in the DR Congo must cease and must be discouraged by all parties, regional leaders emphasized on Monday, June 20.
The announcement was made by the Kenyan presidency at the end of a meeting on Monday in Nairobi of the seven members of the East African Community (EAC) devoted to the security situation in eastern DR Congo
Fish traders in Busia are a happy lot after the Kenya and Uganda government came up with a framework to ensure smooth transit of the commodity from Lake Turkana to the Democratic Republic of Congo without interference.
In Kenya, efforts are underway to better integrate refugees ahead of the planned closure of camps that house more than 400,000 people, mainly from Somalia, South Sudan and Congo. One project, backed by the International Rescue Committee, provides refugees with microloans to start small businesses.